Private Practice
  • Great opportunity for an experienced Paralegal in our Residential Property Teams around the West Mids and Worcestershire
  • By volume, we're amongst the leading firms on the Land Registry register in residential conveyancing
  • You'll be working with experienced solicitors at one of our busy offices in Stourbridge, Halesowen or Dudley
  • We’d love to hear from you if you have a real interest in conveyancing and getting people moving
  • This role offers career progression for those who have 1-5 years conveyancing experience, perfect for grads and students

Talbots Law Limited

We offer you all the usual legal services, like wills, employment advice, divorce, business services and help moving home, but where we’re different is the way we offer them.

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